Charles Aznavour cancels more appearances due to broken arm

Charles Aznavour has been forced to cancel all of his shows in August (18) after breaking his arm in two places.
In May, the 94-year-old French singing legend, who was injured following a fall at his home in Mouries in south-eastern France, previously cancelled his appearances and performances until the end of June due to the injury which at first was initially described as “nothing serious”.
However, in a statement released on Monday (18Jun18), the singer’s representative announced the cancellation of all his forthcoming shows until the end of August including a performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall on 30 June.
“On the 12th May, Charles Aznavour broke his arm in two places,” the statement read. “Whilst he is making a steady recovery, yesterday his medical team announced that the healing process is much slower than first anticipated and therefore a much longer period of physiotherapy will be needed until the singer regains his usual strength and mobility.”
Fans were advised to contact the vendors for ticket refunds.
The She singer is scheduled to perform a string of concerts in Italy, the U.K., Spain, and Germany this summer.
Aznavour has suffered a number of health setbacks in recent years. In 2015, he postponed two shows in Amsterdam, Holland after he was struck down with an acute stomach and intestinal infection.